Alexander Leslie and the Scottish Generals of the Thirty by Alexia Grosjean,Steve Murdoch

By Alexia Grosjean,Steve Murdoch

box Marshal Alexander Leslie used to be the top rating commander from the British Isles to serve within the Thirty Years’ warfare. notwithstanding Leslie’s lifestyles offers the thread that runs via this paintings, the authors use his tale to discover the affects of the Thirty Years’ battle, the British Civil Wars and the age of army Revolution.

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